JASON Kelce has sprinkled some magic on Pro Bowl weekend by taking his family to Disney World.
The Philadelphia Eagles center, 36, was in Orlando, Florida last weekend for his seventh Pro Bowl appearance.
Kelce was joined by his wife Kylie and their three young daughters for the sun-kissed trip to Disney World Resort.
His mom Donna – a “Disney expert” and pass holder – also tagged along for the mini vacation.
Kelce, repping a Mickey Mouse shirt, documented the trip in a special video montage for the NFL as he and the kids sampled all the best the resort has to offer.
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The 295-pound center hit the teacups with eldest daughter Wyett, 4, before scoffing down some pretzels and ice cream.
Donne and Jason were keen to show off their daredevil side in the clip, enjoying a white-knuckle ride on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train rollercoaster.
Pushing a two-seater stroller around the complex, Kylie was asked what her top recommendation would be for people looking to visit the park.
“Have a Mama Kelce,” she laughed in response.
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“This is a team experience,” added Jason, who was pushing another stroller.
“You can’t come in with much of a plan. You just need to go with the flow of what these little monsters are doing.”
Fans were taken with the adorable video, with Jason seen high-fiving with Mickie and Minnie Mouse.
“Jason Kelce and Mickey Mouse just go together,” said one fan on X.
“Family of the year!” added another.
“Kelce’s got drip,” joked another fan after spotting Jason’s hiking boots and high socks.
The trip proved a roaring success with the kids, as Kelce told reporters the Disney visit would be his “favorite memory” from this year’s Pro Bowl, per PEOPLE.
Kelce’s 2023 season ended in disappointment as the Eagles crashed out of the NFL playoffs in the wildcard round.
Over Kelce’s 13-year NFL career – all with the Eagles – the seven-time Pro Bowler has racked up almost 200 appearances.
Kelce is yet to confirm if he will return for another season as a player, but appears keen to stay with Philadelphia in some capacity.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen for me,” Kelce told The Philadelphia Inquirer earlier this month.
“But I do know, I still want to be involved in the organization and still want to be a part of it, regardless of what the decision is.
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“Because I don’t want to ever feel like I’m on the outside looking in on these achievements, accolades and opportunities that largely represent entire cities and fan bases and organizations.
“It’s too good a feeling to pass up. I really, really look forward to next year.”
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